The Legal Monographs series intends to present respected and reputable legal monographs offering comprehensive review of the most current subjects in legal sciences. The mission of the series is to publish monographs of the very highest standard that will contribute to legal scholarship and influence policy debate and lawmaking.
The series focuses on the current and thought provoking subjects which expand and enrich academic legal debate. Monographs published in the series are distinctive and original research findings on all aspects of law. The series covers key research in theoretical as well dogmatic studies of all law disciplines. The series in open for Polish and foreign legal studies.
Within the series we publish single author as well collective monographs.
All monographs published in the series meet the highest academic and ethical standards and undergo thorough review process.
The editor of the series is dr hab. Mateusz Błachucki, professor in ILS PAS. Authors of monographs published in the series are Polish and foreign distinguished legal scholars and reputable legal professionals. The wide variety and mixed background of the authors guarantees diversified and unorthodox look into contemporary legal scholarship.
The following works have been published as part of the series so far:
- Mateusz Błachucki (ed.), International cooperation of competition authorities in Europe – from bilateral agreements to transgovernmental networks